Club Info

Splash Centre, Springvale Park, London Street, Wanganui


Duration of swimming season
Season for all swimmers is 1st August to 31st July annually. 


What does it cost to be a Club swimmer?
Fees are dependent on the class and number of swims per week.  Note: All swimmers 10 years and older need to be affiliated if they wish to swim in competitions


Training Days and Times:
Swimmers are allocated a class following an initial assessment.  Assessments occur at the start of each term.  Classes are limited to 8 swimmers and are subject to availability.  The timetable can be found here.

For detailed information about the competitive squads, refer to the squad members portion of this website.


Club Newsletter:
Wanganui Swimming Club publishes a newsletter at the start of each term, it contains information about upcoming events and news of interest to Club members.


Club Nights:
Club Nights are usually held once a term.  Check the Events page for the next date.
Club Nights are a fun way for swimmers to be timed and to check their progress. Race distances range from 25m - 400m.  It is a great way for club members to get together, including parents and caregivers. Club Night is run the same way as any swim meet, with swimmers marshalling prior to a race and following the race protocols. Parents are encouraged to stay, watch their children and to help by timekeeping or doing other jobs around the pool.


What We Offer:
Fun & Fitness
Enthusiastic Coaches
The Development of technique to a competitive level
Club Nights and participations in other swimming competitions
A pathway in Swimming for all ages
Trips to Carnivals and Swimming Meets


Why Swim?
Swimming is Fun
Swimming will bring life-long fitness and enjoyment
It is the most injury-free of all sports
Swimming enhances flexibility by exercising all joints through a full range of motion
It develops high-quality aerobic endurance
Swimming uses all major muscle groups